Atropinum sulfuricum, also known as Atropine, is a drug used to treat gastrointestinal tract, biliary duct, and urinary health conditions.
Individuals with the following conditions should avoid use of atropinum sulfuricum:
- urinary bladder and intestinal atonia
- prostate gland hypertrophy
- pylor stenosis
- tachyarrhythmia and heart decompensation
- reflux esophagitis
- pulmonary tuberculosis
- pregnant/breast feeding women
- The anticholinergic effect of Atropinum sulfuricum is potentiated by amantadine, quinidine, 3- and tetracyclic antidepressants, and neuroleptics.
- The M-cholinomymetic effect of Nivalin, neostigmine, and Pilocarpinum hydrocloricum is antagonized by Atropinum sulfuricum.
- Atropinum sulfuricum may induce a sedative effect if combined with H1-blockers, antiparkinsonians, and desopyramide.